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Sean & Bobo – Pure Rave

Posted: May 9, 2013 by millytrillmore in Electro House, House
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The newest song from the up and comers, Sean & Bobo. They’re a very little know Swedish duo who consistently put out bangers. This one is title Pure Rave and it’s mind blowing. With a cool, chill melody, nice buildup, and a massive drop I have no idea how these guys haven’t had songs played in Hardwell on Air, Protocol Radio, or another podcast.

Not sure when a download link will be available, but check out the song in the meantime. Enjoy!


Firebeatz – Wonderful [SPINNIN]

Posted: May 8, 2013 by DJ JPH in Electro House
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Slowly but surely, I think Firebeatz are becoming one of EDM’s best duos. With recent hits like, “Dear New York” (with Schella), “Here We F*cking Go,” and “Ding Dong” (with Bobby Burns), Firebeatz do not let up one bit, as their newest single “Wonderful” hits Spinnin’ Records. While slightly different than their usual style, Firebeatz impresses us yet again with beautiful chords, and a great anthemic break. “Wonderful” is definitely shaping up to be one of the biggest hits of summer 2013, and I would not be surprised one bit if Firebeatz cranks out another banger for the summer.


Moguai – Mpire (Tom Staar Remix) [MAU5TRAP]

Posted: May 7, 2013 by millytrillmore in Electro House
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Tom Staar crushes it with his remix of Moguai’s Mpire. It’s got that funky and distinguishable Tom Staar sound that everybody loves. The melody is catchy with a nice electro drop to boot. A very nice follow up to his and Kryder’s remix to SHM’s Don’t You Worry Child. He was especially kind to put this one up for free download, so I recommend grabbing a copy for yourself. Enjoy!

Fresh off of Leprechauns & Unicorns, Dyro delivers a similar sound with his remix of Ghost. It’s a killer too. With a calm yet chilling melody, it’s the perfect lead in to the hard electro drop and the vocals compliment the track perfectly. Lately, Dyro’s been turning everything he touches to gold. I’m really excited for his and Hardwell’s collab (Never Say Goodbye ft. Heather Bright) out later this month on Revealed. Enjoy!

The newest remix for the up and comer MAKJ is, once again, an absolute bomb. Somewhat similar to his Zipper Remix he’s back with a remix of Jump by Robbie Rivera & Federico Scavo, and he absolutely hits it out of the park on this one. This is one of my personal favorites, with a hard electro drop and an entrancing melody, It’s one to play loud. He’s been on a tear lately as well, he has 2 singles coming out soon, one on Bingo Players Hysteria Records and the other on Hardwell’s Revealed. He also has a few collaborations with Hardwell coming too. Look of for MAKJ to really blow up in 2013, he could be the next Carnage. Mark my words.

The Dutch electro duo, Bingo Players, have released another teaser for their newest single, “Buzzcut”. Originally styled as “Ultra ID1,” this new track has been really energizing their sets of late. this track relies on a lot of buildup, and hype, but it definitely doesn’t disappoint. After a “1, 2, 3, GO!” sample, we suddenly get transported to the bouncy world of Bingo Players music. Paul and Maarten definitely have yet to reach their ceiling, and they still have one more ID yet to be released or previewed, as well as new ID tracks from American phenom, MAKJ, and a collaboration between Alvaro and MOTi.


Ahh, Mr. Dahlbäck… another single, another label, another banger. From releases on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records to his tracks on his own Mutants label, John Dahlbäck’s new single finds its home on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings. “Nuke” was first played in a live session by Protocol DJ Vince Moogin, as he promoted his first single, “Love Me Right”. Since that set, “Nuke” has been supported by various artists, like Hardwell and Nicky Romero. Dahlbäck stays true to his trademark grinding electro, creating a great floor-filling track for DJs to have in their crates (or USBs, I guess).


W&W – Thunder [MAINSTAGE]

Posted: May 6, 2013 by DJ JPH in Electro House
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We got a new banger from the Dutch trance-turned-house duo, W&W. After collaborating with fellow Dutchman Ummet Ozcan to top the charts with “The Code,” W&W are back with a new electro house single, titled “Thunder”. This track features some wild chords, which leads into the thundering (yeah, I said it!) electro drop that we’ve come to know and love from W&W.


Skitzofrenix – Clap [REVEALED]

Posted: May 4, 2013 by DJ JPH in Electro House
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Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings welcomes another member into the fold: the Amsterdam-based producer Skitzofrenix. Receiving its first play from Hardwell at his set in Mexico, “Clap” brings a little bit of the Dirty Dutch style to Revealed Recordings. Featuring an energy-infused buildup, along with a vocal sample, Skitzofrenix shows he’s not predictable, and unleashes an absolutely banging Dutch house drop.


NEWER EDIT: It is now confirmed that this is a collaboration between Martin Garrix and another artist. However, at this point, the second artist is entirely unknown. Possibilities include Sidney Samson, Bassjackers, and even Dillon Francis. Stay tuned, we’ll give you the latest as soon as we figure it out.

EDIT: With new information found on May 5, 2013, this track has been identified as Martin Garrix and Sidney Samson, making their second collaborative track. Keep an eye on the Dutch youngster Garrix, after his collaborations with Julian Jordan, and Jay Hardway, The 17-year-old seems poised to drop more music on us, announcing that he is working on two tracks together with American moombahton aficionado Dillon Francis.

We all know the usual system of promotion that DJs use these days. Once they finish a track, they play it in the sets as an ID, then once it gets signed, they release a teaser through their record label. It seems like the reverse is happening here, as Spinnin’ Records released a teaser for a track titled “Animals” with absolutely zero information about the artists. While there is much suspicion, and a few commenters offering suggestions, all we know for sure is that this is NOT a new Hardwell track (he commented saying “It’s NOT my track guys, so you know!”). This new banger features the now ever-popular minimal style drop, a heavy bass kick with a few synth notes on top of it. This track is definitely festival-ready, especially with its “motherf-cking animals” sample before it drops.